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People 24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY JANUARY 1983 succession to Mr. Jim Lambie. Crown Sales Appointment Previously with A. T. Kear­ Crow n Paints — Industrial ney, the international management Finishes have appointed Mr. Rich­ consultants , Mr. Mineeff has ard Wright as their new area sales already been working as a consult­ executive for the Midlands. ant for the Metzeler Schaum Group, Richard Wright, who at 25 a subsidiary of Bayer AG, Lever- is Crown's youngest sales execu­ kusen, in both its German and UK tive , has a BSc in chemistry and operations. joine d Crown as a graduate trainee i n 1979. Prior to his new appoint­ Export Manager for Binks Retires from BP Chemicals ment, Mr. Wright worked as a mar­ Richard Jay has been pro­ Mr . T. C. Carle, a general keting executive in Crown's Indus­ mote d to export sales manager of manager in BP Chemicals Produc­ tria l Marketing Department. Binks-Bullow s Ltd. tio n Department, retired from the In his new post, Mr. Jay Company at the end of December (29) , formerly technical services Joins BP Chemicals Board 1982 , aged 60. manager, is responsible for Binks' Mr . Rolf Saumann has total export effort. He joined the Company in been appointed to the Board of 194 4 and served in the Middle East BP Chemicals Ltd. and to the M.D . for Kay-Metzeler until 1950, when he was appointed Chairmanship of BXL Plastics Ltd. Kay-Metzeler Ltd. of Boiling- a shift supervisor at BP Chemicals Mr . Saumann, who is already a ton , Cheshire — suppliers of wood Grangemouth factory. member of the BP Chemicals Exe­ preservation materials — have Mr . Carle has been a Health cutive Committee, wil l also assume appointe d 33 year old Christian and Safety Commissioner for the regional responsibility for India Mineeff as managing director in last five years. and the Far East. Cole Polymers appointments MEETINGS Mr . Len Curl, a director of Cole Polymers Ltd., has been ap­ pointe d export sales co-ordinator Birmingham Paint Club arrive by March 1 to Derek Wyllie, of Cole Group pic and wil l be based The Birmingham Paint, Conference Organiser, The Filtra­ at the Group's headquarters in Pur- Varnish & Lacquer Club meeting on tio n Society, 2 Woodstock Road, ley, Surrey. 3r d February is "Formaldehyde— Croydon CR9 1LB. John Hay has been appoin­ Release and Analysis in Amino te d sales and marketing manager Resins. " Venue: Westbourne Suite, Paint RA's 5th International of Cole Polymers. Previously, he Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston. Conference was with Cargill Ltd., the Suffolk- The theme of the Paint RA's based resin manufacturer. Filtration/Separation Equipment 5th International Conference at the and Processes London Penta Hotel, 10-12 May, The first call for papers for 1983 , will be: "Technological Ancho r man for Australia the Filtration Society's next Inter­ Advances in the Coatings Indus­ Jack Peats, who has been national Conference taking place try. " It will feature 15 Papers from wit h Anchor Chemical Group for at the Cunard Hotel, London W6, Denmark, Finland, France, Ger­ 2 2 years, has now been appointed fro m 27-29 September, 1983 has many, Holland, Japan and the UK, to Anchor Chemical Australia Pty just been made. covering major advances in the last Ltd . with the particular responsibil­ decade—som e in established com­ it y of expanding the sales of rubber The theme of the 1983 Con­ mercia l operation, others just be­ chemicals and curing agents for ference will be "Cost-Effectiveness ginning . The invited speakers are epoxide resins. of F/S Equipment and Processes" all from companies which have Mr . Peats, who is well- and all papers offered will be ex­ been prominent in the development know n particularly in the paint, pected to demonstrate cost reduc­ or assessment of the products or civi l engineering and electrical in­ tions , productivity improvements processes. dustries of the UK and Scandin­ an d profit optimisation. avia , will report directly to the Title s and summaries (70 Details : Paint Research managing director of Anchor Aus­ words ) of proposed papers, in Assn. , Waldegrave Road, Tedding- tralia , Mike Falconer-Flint, CBE. quadruplicate , should be sent to ton , Middlesex TW11 8LD. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Pigment & Resin Technology Emerald Publishing

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Pigment & Resin Technology , Volume 12 (1): 1 – Jan 1, 1983

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24 PIGMENT AND RESIN TECHNOLOGY JANUARY 1983 succession to Mr. Jim Lambie. Crown Sales Appointment Previously with A. T. Kear­ Crow n Paints — Industrial ney, the international management Finishes have appointed Mr. Rich­ consultants , Mr. Mineeff has ard Wright as their new area sales already been working as a consult­ executive for the Midlands. ant for the Metzeler Schaum Group, Richard Wright, who at 25 a subsidiary of Bayer AG, Lever- is Crown's youngest sales execu­ kusen, in both its German and UK tive , has a BSc in chemistry and operations. joine d Crown as a graduate trainee i n 1979. Prior to his new appoint­ Export Manager for Binks Retires from BP Chemicals ment, Mr. Wright worked as a mar­ Richard Jay has been pro­ Mr . T. C. Carle, a general keting executive in Crown's Indus­ mote d to export sales manager of manager in BP Chemicals Produc­ tria l Marketing Department. Binks-Bullow s Ltd. tio n Department, retired from the In his new post, Mr. Jay Company at the end of December (29) , formerly technical services Joins BP Chemicals Board 1982 , aged 60. manager, is responsible for Binks' Mr . Rolf Saumann has total export effort. He joined the Company in been appointed to the Board of 194 4 and served in the Middle East BP Chemicals Ltd. and to the M.D . for Kay-Metzeler until 1950, when he was appointed Chairmanship of BXL Plastics Ltd. Kay-Metzeler Ltd. of Boiling- a shift supervisor at BP Chemicals Mr . Saumann, who is already a ton , Cheshire — suppliers of wood Grangemouth factory. member of the BP Chemicals Exe­ preservation materials — have Mr . Carle has been a Health cutive Committee, wil l also assume appointe d 33 year old Christian and Safety Commissioner for the regional responsibility for India Mineeff as managing director in last five years. and the Far East. Cole Polymers appointments MEETINGS Mr . Len Curl, a director of Cole Polymers Ltd., has been ap­ pointe d export sales co-ordinator Birmingham Paint Club arrive by March 1 to Derek Wyllie, of Cole Group pic and wil l be based The Birmingham Paint, Conference Organiser, The Filtra­ at the Group's headquarters in Pur- Varnish & Lacquer Club meeting on tio n Society, 2 Woodstock Road, ley, Surrey. 3r d February is "Formaldehyde— Croydon CR9 1LB. John Hay has been appoin­ Release and Analysis in Amino te d sales and marketing manager Resins. " Venue: Westbourne Suite, Paint RA's 5th International of Cole Polymers. Previously, he Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston. Conference was with Cargill Ltd., the Suffolk- The theme of the Paint RA's based resin manufacturer. Filtration/Separation Equipment 5th International Conference at the and Processes London Penta Hotel, 10-12 May, The first call for papers for 1983 , will be: "Technological Ancho r man for Australia the Filtration Society's next Inter­ Advances in the Coatings Indus­ Jack Peats, who has been national Conference taking place try. " It will feature 15 Papers from wit h Anchor Chemical Group for at the Cunard Hotel, London W6, Denmark, Finland, France, Ger­ 2 2 years, has now been appointed fro m 27-29 September, 1983 has many, Holland, Japan and the UK, to Anchor Chemical Australia Pty just been made. covering major advances in the last Ltd . with the particular responsibil­ decade—som e in established com­ it y of expanding the sales of rubber The theme of the 1983 Con­ mercia l operation, others just be­ chemicals and curing agents for ference will be "Cost-Effectiveness ginning . The invited speakers are epoxide resins. of F/S Equipment and Processes" all from companies which have Mr . Peats, who is well- and all papers offered will be ex­ been prominent in the development know n particularly in the paint, pected to demonstrate cost reduc­ or assessment of the products or civi l engineering and electrical in­ tions , productivity improvements processes. dustries of the UK and Scandin­ an d profit optimisation. avia , will report directly to the Title s and summaries (70 Details : Paint Research managing director of Anchor Aus­ words ) of proposed papers, in Assn. , Waldegrave Road, Tedding- tralia , Mike Falconer-Flint, CBE. quadruplicate , should be sent to ton , Middlesex TW11 8LD.

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Pigment & Resin TechnologyEmerald Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1983

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